Year: 2019

Stacy Maple, New Director of Culinary Arts & Wellness Programming

Staff Blogger: Elizabeth Fantozzi- Marketing and Public Relations Manager Lakeside Chautauqua is excited to announce the new Director of Culinary Services & Wellness Programming, Stacy Maple, former Director of United Way Ottawa County and Executive Director of Bistro 163 in Port Clinton. In this newly developed role, Maple will oversee the operations of the Hotel […]

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Lakeside’s Fall Leaf Pickup

Fall leaves are summer’s way of saying goodbye, and with that goodbye comes fall leaf pick up. Lakeside will provide free fall leaf pick up from Monday, Oct. 21-Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019. Click here to download the schedule. To ensure that your leaves are picked up in a safe and efficient manner, please note the […]

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History of the Lakeside Pavilion

Guest Blogger: Dakota Harkins, Lakeside Heritage Society Manager Serving as a symbol of the community for 110 years, the Pavilion is easily the most recognized landmark in Lakeside Chautauqua. Although the building has endured many phases and facades overtime, the Pavilion has remained an integral part of the Lakeside experience. 1909 Pavilion Built in 1909, […]

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Pavilion East Deck to be named in honor of the Rev. Irwin & Janet Jennings

Staff Blogger: Mallory Glenn- Advancement & Communications Assistant In addition to the critical upgrades that will take place at the Pavilion for this year’s #GivingTuesday project, we’re excited to announce that Lakeside will commemorate the Rev. Irwin and Janet Jennings by naming the Pavilion East Deck in their honor. The Jennings, beloved longtime Lakesiders, have […]

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What program at the Pavilion has transformed your life?

The Pavilion is a visual focal point and highlight of the Lakeside Chautauqua experience. As one of the most photographed structures in the community and the hub for waterfront activities, it’s a building that Lakesiders easily recognize. Programs that take place here encompass all four Chautauqua pillars, bringing an array of activities. Religion The Religion […]

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5 Lakeside Holiday Gift Ideas

With Christmas just around the corner, are you still searching for the perfect present? Give the gift of happiness this holiday season, and take a look at our list of Lakeside-inspired gift ideas… 1. Lakeside Gift Cards Lakeside offers Gift Cards as a way to pay for Daily, Weekly or Partial Day Chautauqua Passes, and even […]

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2019 Pumpkin-Decorating Contest

We had several fantastic entries in our annual Pumpkin-Decorating Contest at the Lakeside-Marblehead Lighthouse Festival. Thanks to all who participated, and congratulations to our winners! Most Creative Design Overall “Pumpkin Power and Light” by Heather Doughty          

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Business Hours for 2019-2020 Off-Season

Artists-N-Cahoots Open weekends through Oct. 12 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday & Saturday Coffee & Cream Open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday & Sunday through Oct. 12; reopens May 2020 Evening Song Cottage Bed & Breakfast Open weekends through Oct. 12 The Fine Print Bookstore Open weekends through Dec. 8; reopens May 2020 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday 11 […]

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2 Lakeside restaurants recently named ‘Best of Lake Erie’

Lakeside’s very own Sloopy’s Sports Café and Lago Coastal Café have been chosen as the ‘Best of Lake Erie’ in Lake Erie Living’s September/October 2019 issue. The magazine’s special edition includes both editors’ and readers’ picks of the best dining, shopping, lodging and attractions in Ohio, Ontario, New York, Pennsylvania and Michigan. Recognized for their […]

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Why is Lakeside Significant?

Guest Blogger: Trish Tomlinson, Historic Preservation & Design Review Board Member Lakeside became a Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. “Lakeside is significant to the nation as the largest and most intact Camp Meeting/Chautauqua ground remaining in the U.S., which is still functioning according to its original organizational plan. It […]

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